[Resolved] Autoptimize + GeneratePress Cache Question

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  • #1227721

    Andy

    Hi there,

    I plan on following your Autoptimize guide to the T:
    https://generatepress.com/fastest-wordpress-theme/

    Background:
    As I reviewed the AO forums, I noticed an ongoing issue with “cache buildup” occurring (with some users). As I understand it, “cache buildup happens when plugins (or pagebuilders) inject non-static JS or CSS code inline in the HTML.” Please note, I have no other plugins, no child theme, and I have Kinsta cache and Cloudflare cache disabled on my website. I only use GenerateBlocks to build my pages.

    Question:
    My website may get around 50,000 visitors a day and I want to make sure I donโ€™t run into an issue where the cache size fills up and crashes my site. What are your thoughts? Have you guys ever experienced anything like that on GeneratePress + AO?

    Thank you,
    Andy

    #1227887

    Tom Lead Developer

    Hey Andy,

    I haven’t noticed any issues with AO on this site, which gets pretty heavy traffic.

    However, if you have any concerns, I suggest contacting Frank in their forums. He’s super helpful and always happy to help and answer questions ๐Ÿ™‚

    #1227898

    Andy

    Thanks Tom, they’ve been very helpful. They said: “start with those settings (referring to your guide) and if a problem with cache size does occur you might have to untick โ€œalso aggregate inline CSSโ€.”

    Two final questions on this topic:
    1. Do you use the “Async JavaScript” plugin with your GP site as well?

    2. Should I leave these AO settings checked with my GP site?

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    Thank you,
    Andy

    #1228719

    Tom Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    1. As of right now I don’t – haven’t found the need to as there isn’t a ton of javascript.

    2. You should be fine with those. You can always experiment with speed tests and certain options to see what works best with your site/server.

    #1228919

    Andy

    Sounds good, thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Tom Lead Developer
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